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RE: Regarding the Creeping Death of HBH

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Posted on 18-05-12 20:05
AldarHawk wrote:
As a final note, thank you all that have contributed to this discussion, and I hope more of you come and do. Let's get the entire thing hashed out and get HBH back to the ways of old.


Nothing has been hashed out, the "core development team" was still chosen undemocratically and decisions are still taken arbitrarily and behind closed doors. Nothing about the development process is transparent.



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RE: Regarding the Creeping Death of HBH

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Posted on 18-05-12 22:16
AldarHawk wrote:
reaper4334 wrote:
Not exactly. I'm saying that if things are done right, nobody needs to offer to help, they can simply get everything they need together and work with it. There should be no need to offer help, that's not how a proper open-source project works.


reaper4334 wrote:
I'll use PHP, Python, Javascript and/or XHTML.
Database systems? MySQL.

No expansion of your known languages? If you know Python and PHP Ruby should be simple enough to pick up.

If you want to help out, join in on the GitHub page and get forking and pulling.

You appear to have misunderstood what I wrote, or perhaps skipped most of it.

AldarHawk wrote:
As a final note, thank you all that have contributed to this discussion, and I hope more of you come and do. Let's get the entire thing hashed out and get HBH back to the ways of old.

I don't want to make this personal in any way, but I would just like to point out that although you're asking people to share their thoughts etc. on here, you're also disagreeing with most of them, and I can't see a single suggestion that you've taken up or agreed with.

Also, where's all the rest of the development team? Shouldn't they be big in these discussions, too? I feel like this is becoming a bit of an argument with AldarHawk, which is obviously not what it's supposed to be.



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RE: Regarding the Creeping Death of HBH

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Posted on 28-05-12 10:22
Maybe you could actually listen to what people are saying when asking for their opinions, instead of disregarding every last word and doing whatever you want to.


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RE: Regarding the Creeping Death of HBH

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Posted on 28-05-12 11:59
Hellow please refer to the posting http://www.hellboundhackers.org/forum/hbhredux_also_dubbed_hbhrp-41-16634_0.html#post_158598


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RE: Regarding the Creeping Death of HBH

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Posted on 28-05-12 12:38
I'm really happy to see there are people who started to do something. And I emphasize see because when I first read about HBHv2 was coming in December of 2011 (if I remember well), then nothing happened, except some update news. I barely believed that suddenly, from day to day a new site was appeared.

But now, having a git repo, discussions in forum, seeing that people really want to changes on HBH... this is completely different and I became more excited than the last time, because I believe that the HBHv2 is on its way.

In my opinion and as others wrote above as well, sharing the project and involving anyone who want to help is the best (only?) way to develop the new HBH site. That's what going to make us a strong community.


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